I'm not the only one out taking pictures.
Would you believe this car was in motion? This guy has almost no visibility and it has nothing to do with the snow that is coming down at the moment.
This guy was just spinning his wheels trying to get out.
The sweetest person in the entire world was shoveling her snow as I walked by. She worries about her husband's health and makes sure to get up early and do all the shoveling herself before he gets up.
This person will have fun getting out of the house. You can't even see where one step begins and the next one ends. My own front door looked the same.
If a major street looks like this, you can imagine what the side streets look like.
Even the bus had a not in service sign.
You can see the snow is almost above my boots. My coat comes down to just below my butt.
The bus stop. You can see how deep the snow is by observing the garbage can right next to it. The stop on the other side is next to a park with lots of branches hanging low. We've been warned to stay away from parks but it took until 5:30 to decide to close the schools.